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Meditation slows the aging of a Buddhist monk's brain

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Tibetan Buddhist monk Yonghe Mingyur Rinpoche is a renowned practitioner and teacher of meditation; he began to meditate when he was only nine years old. In a recently published long-term study, scientists found that the brain of a 41-year-old monk looks eight years younger: perhaps it was meditation that allowed him to slow down brain aging.Like anomalien.com on Facebook To stay in touch & get our latest news The study was conducted by experts at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Researchers studied the brain of Yonge Mingyur Rinpoche using MRI four times over a 14 year period; The first…
Tibetan Buddhist monk Yonghe Mingyur Rinpoche is a renowned practitioner and teacher of meditation; he began to meditate when he was only nine years old.

In a recently published long-term study, scientists found that the brain of a 41-year-old monk looks eight years younger: perhaps it was meditation that allowed him to slow down brain aging.

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The study was conducted by experts at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Researchers studied the brain of Yonge Mingyur Rinpoche using MRI four times…
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